Leak of ‘highly classified material’ is being assessed by interagency team, Pentagon says

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The Pentagon said on Sunday that an interagency task force is assessing the validity and impacts of “sensitive and highly classified material” that was leaked on various social media sites this week.

“Over the weekend, U.S. officials have engaged with Allies and partners and have informed relevant congressional committees of jurisdiction about the disclosure,” Deputy Pentagon Press Secretary Sabrina Singh said in a statement. “The Department of Defense’s highest priority is the defense of our nation and our national security.”

The leaked material, first reported by the New York Times on Friday, contains intelligence on China, the Middle East, Israel’s spy agency Mossad, and U.S. support for Ukraine’s military.

Mykhailo Podolyak, an adviser to Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy , accused the Kremlin of doctoring the documents and leaking them to discredit U.S. support for the Ukrainian war effort.

“The fictitious “document” that ended …

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